India start as favourites to win the One Day International series against West Indies. It is unlikely the men from Caribbean will cause an upset but with the addition of young players and fresh pace, they might just be able to find a chink in the armour of the Indians.
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India take on West Indies in a five-match ODI series starting October 21 in Guwahati. Given the form the Men in Blue have been enjoying in the shorter format of the game under Virat Kohli’s captaincy, we could be in for a dominant showing against a Windies side that’ll need to embrace the challenge of beating the formidable Indians at home.